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2023 DB Bryce Thornton discusses his Saturday visit to Tuscaloosa, thoughts on their play in the secondary, if he'll officially visit Alabama, upcoming decision, and more.
Ole Miss will be rocking some new swag for their SEC showdown against Kentucky in Week 5, revealing some new helmets on Monday. Check out the fire lids below, featuring a white base, some baby blue camouflage and the classic script logo on the sides. It’s as beautiful as it gets.
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Rece Davis decided to have some fun with fans who got up early for College GameDay on Saturday. Of course, Tom Petty’s “Won’t Back Down” has become synonymous with Florida since the Gators began to play the song at during the third quarter break in 2017. Whoever was in charge of the music on the set must’ve either been from Gainesville or simply a gigantic Petty fan, as the song blared through the speaker in Knoxville during the early hours of the morning.
The Oklahoma Sooners were on the wrong side of a major upset on Saturday night. Oklahoma was shocked by Kansas State at home on Saturday evening, as the Sooners fell to the Wildcats, 41-34, at Memorial Stadium in Norman. The game was tightly-contested, with former Nebraska quarterback Adrian Martinez, now...
After an exhilarating Week 4 of college football, the AP Top 25 Poll has been updated and released. entered the top ten after defeating Florida on Saturday, moving up three spots to No. 8. Additionally, Penn State (No. 11) and Washington (No. 15) also moved up three spots, while Texas A&M made the huge jump of six spots to No. 17 after defeating Arkansas.
Ole Miss doesn’t have a problem getting fans through the gates and into the stadium, but keeping them in the stadium is a whole other situation. Rebels head coach Lane Kiffin wasn’t pleased with the fan turnout in the second half, and addressed It with the media following Ole Miss’ 35-27 victory over Tulsa Saturday.
Paul Finebaum didn’t mince words when it came to Miami after the Hurricanes suffered a mind-blowing defeat to Middle Tennessee State on Saturday. According to Finebaum, the well-known ACC program has become the most fraudulent team in all of the sport. Following his explanation on Sportscenter after the Hurricanes fell 45-31 to the Blue Raiders, it’s tough to argue with the SEC Network host.
With an interesting Week 4 behind us, CBS Sports has predicted the AP Top 25 poll following a weeks worth of nail-biters, upsets and overtimes, and some of the moves may come as a surprise. According to CBS Sports, the biggest losers from Saturday were Oklahoma and Arkansas, dropping down...
Although the matchup does not take place until Oct. 15, the University of Florida’s visitors list for the LSU game continues to grow. K.J. Bolden, a five-star prospect and the No. 1-ranked safety in the 2024 class, tells Gators Online he will also be inside the Swamp for the SEC matchup.
Good morning, sweetheart. Lee Corso and Kirk Herbstreit are in Rocky Top for Saturday’s huge SEC clash between Tennessee and Florida. For both Corso and Herbstreit, Knoxville has a special place in their hearts. For Herbie, his first ever GameDay was at Tennessee in 1996 while Peyton Manning was still under center, and Corso loves the atmosphere Vol fans bring every time College GameDay rolls around Rocky Top.
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Savannah (Ga.) Calvary Day School four-star quarterback Jake Merklinger spoke with On3 about his recruitment and schools of interest. He is the No. 15 overall prospect and No. 2 quarterback in the 2024 On300.
Report: Georgia Tech cleaning house, dismissing head coach Geoff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury
Georgia Tech is cleaning house, dismissing both head football coach Geoff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury on Monday, according to Ken Sugiura of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. “Both Georgia Tech football coach Geoff Collins and athletic director Todd Stansbury were told this morning by president Angel Cabrera that they have...
Pike Road, Alabama offensive lineman Vyson Lang has been in constant contact with the Tennessee staff over the last several months. This weekend he was in Knoxville for his official visit and left town all smiles. Volquest caught up with the 3-star offensive lineman to get a feel with where...
Marcus Freeman was promoted from defensive coordinator to head coach at Notre Dame when Brian Kelly left for LSU. It was his first time as a head coach, and things didn’t start out smoothly. Losing to Oklahoma State in the Fiesta Bowl was excusable. So, was losing at Ohio State to open 2022. But losing to Marshall should never happen.
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Penn State got a 19-point victory over Central Michigan on Saturday in a off-putting win that left everyone, even head coach James Franklin searching for an answer after the game as to why the victory didn’t feel more satisfying, “We had a good week of practice and preparation, but the game left you sitting there. Whether it was our focus, whether it was seeing, whether it was big play potential. When you look again at the statistics sheet, you feel good about it, but it did not necessarily always feel that way during the game,” Franklin said. Since then, Franklin has watched the film and assessed what caused the issues for his team on Saturday. So we’ll do the same and look at what frustrated the Nittany Lions offensively. We’ll address Central Michigan’s shift to Cover 0, the issues protecting quarterback Sean Clifford, and the totality of how that affected the senior QB.
Alabama probably didn’t need Bryce Young to throw for 385 yards and four touchdowns in order to beat the brakes off Vanderbilt. But that’s what he did anyway. In fact, despite blasting the Commodores 55-3, the Crimson Tide passed the ball the majority of the time. Young slang the rock 36 times while the backups came in and accounted for another seven to make it 43 pass attempts on the day — the largest total of the season in that department.
Michigan Wolverines football took down Maryland, 34-27, Saturday afternoon at The Big House. Here is a look around the internet at what they’re saying about the Maize and Blue’s Big Ten season-opening win. • Michigan 34, Maryland 27: Notes, quotes, and observations. • Wolverine Watch: Michigan plays survivor...
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Florida coach Billy Napier, who’s typically a cool customer on the sideline, lost his composure Saturday during the loss at Tennessee. With a 24-21 game in the third quarter, running back Jabari Small was stopped short on second-and-goal from the 1-yard line. Tennessee coach Josh Heupel felt the play warranted a review.